1989/90


QPR's 14-year association with Adidas ended in 1989 with Influence taking over as the kit supplier, launching three new designs at £19.99 for an adult shirt.













Retaining our Dutch sponsors for a final season, the Influence shirts were the first of the 'baggy' type getting more common in football.






















Home replica shirt with the sponsors straddling the hoops, and the badge with a blue background instead of white. Not exactly sought after but a bit unique.












The Influence version of the red and black hoops was the first new away design since 1983 and one of the best versions.























Extremely rare player issue shirt. Note 'Fly' replaced with the KLM logo. No pictorial evidence exists as to when this version was actually used.













The orange third shirt was never used in a competitive match, though still regularly pops up on ebay as they were readily available to buy at the time, and sold quite high numbers. This is a rare long-sleeved player issue shirt.













The club shop had all three shirts readily available, although the home shirts had the sponsors logo in all-black, compared to black & white for player shirts.